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THE ELK A D V 0 C A T E
east by warrants No. 6800 and 5801 on
the south by warrant No. 6804 and on
the west by warrant No. 2965, contain
ing eight hurixlred acres," be the same
more or less, upon which there is erec.
ted one saw mill sixty feet by eighty
feet and containing a ga ng of saws, one
upright and one circular saw and shin
gle machine. Four dwelling houses
two of which are about twenty (our feet
by forty feet and two about 18 by twen
ty feet, one frame barn about twenty
four feet square and other out buildings
and two acres improved.
Seized taken in execution and to bo
sold as the property of J. L. Ellis, at
the suit of the President, Directors and
company of the Hopkinton Bank,
terly Ituoae isiana.
AH me neni uue iuicicsi vmim,
of John J. Y. Thompson, the defendant
within named, of in and to the following
real estate to-wit: All that certain piece
or parcel of land situate and being in
tho township of Spring Creek, Elk coun.
ty Pa., known as warrant No 1565 and
containing 501 acres and 20 perches,
five hundred and one acre and twenty
perches, more or less unimproved.
Seized taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of John J. Y.
Thompson, at the suit of Joseph Rcco.
Ingersoll, and John Craig, Trustees of
the estate which was formerly of V il
liam Bingham the elder Deccad and
Maria Charlotte Chartin Do Lcot Bir.
mire Bingham owner owner of two
other fifthe thereof.
Sheriff's Office, )
Ridgway, Penna. )
8 " P. w. HAYS, Sheriff.
Ridgway, Aug 27th 1864.
Mb. Editor : Please announce tho
name of Dn.T. J. BOYER, as a candi
date for Assembly, subject to the deci.
eion of the Nominating Conventions of
the Democratic Party,
Numerous friends of Dr. Chas. R.
Earley, have authorized U3 to an
nounce his name, as a candidato for As
scnmbly, subject to the decision of tho
Democratic County Convention.
DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the
Partnership, Lumbering business here,
tofore carried on by the undersigned
under tho firm name of Iloton, Ely &
Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con.
B. F. ELY,
ISAAC HORTON, Jr.
Ridgway, July 17th 1863.
TO ARMS ! TO ARMS ! !
ONE YEARS SERVICE.
Come in out of
Capt, L, A. Dood, has re
ceived authority to raise com
panies to form a regiment for
one year's service. The high
est local bounty, will be paid to
volunteers for one year. Also
Parties wishing to recruit
companies, or squads, will call
on or addres L. A. Dodd, or
W. W. Wilbur Ridgway, or
Charles B. M'Lain, Brook
ville. WE V ?!
1; JL AW
E. W. BIGONY, Proprietor.
Omnibus running to and from the Depot
ti rooji irc.n huusk. wain oi
VI B:-ookville Pa.. C. N. Krctz. Prop'r.
rin hnnan hns hecn renttea ana ItiruiBU,
adapted to the wants ofAe public
NOTICE OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,
NOTICE ia hereby given that Theodore
Palen, heretofore residing at Allegany, Cat
taraugus County, in the State of New 1 oi k,
hul. now rceiding at Wilcox Elk County,
'.Suilof Pennsylvania, nd James Clark,
residence at I'liienfteld in the State of New
Jersey, have formed a limited partnership
pursuant to the Act of the lieneral Assembly
of the Stale of Pennsylvania, passed the 21st
of March 183B, entitled "An Act relative to
Jimild partnerships" and its several sup
plements, for the manufacture of Leather at
Wilcox aforesaid, upon the following terms
to-wit: 1st. The name of said firm to be
Theodore Palen; 2nd. The general nature
leather ; 8u. the name of the ffeneral
pai iner is Theodore Palen, now residing at
ll'ileox aforesaid ; 4th. The amount of
capiial contributed by the special partner
Jumes Clark, to the common stock, is
eighteen thousand dollars ; 6lh. The part
nership is to continue from the ninth day
ylpril A. D. 1864, to the ninthday of April
A. D. 1869. Dated at Iriloox, June 23d
A Rare Chance for Capitalists
For sale, about 500 acres of land in
and around the 'Borough of St. Mary's
Elk county Pa. Also thirteen town lots
in said Borough, close to the P. & E. R.
Depot. The P. & K. R. R takes the
greatest portion of the lands. Price low
and terms cash or on -time, with good
security. Apply to
Mas. A. IIASSELBERGER,
38 Light Street, Baltimore MD. or C
LUHR, Benrinfrer El's Co. Pa.
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DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the Part
nership, Lumbering business, heretofore
carried ou by the undersigned, under
tho name of Charles A Isaac Horton Jr.,
in this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The busiuess of the late firm, will be
settled up by Isaac Horton Jr.
ISAAC HORTON Jr.
Ridgway, July 13th 18G4. "
Letters of Administration have been
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scriber Wo. Mack: upon the Estate of
Elisha J'ick, Late of Salem Md. do
ceasqd. AH persons having any claim
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tlement. Any person owing tho Estate,
are requested to uiako payment forth
with. WILLIAM MACK,
AJmtuutralor of the Estate of Eliiha
i . p. n i
' Junclllh 1561.
MAYORS OP THE
We, tho undersigned Mayors, hereby
tifr that the Druggtoti, Apothecaries M
T hysioiana of our several ottios ha ? sIpkmO
dooument of assuranoe to us that AYEHtt
8AE3APARILLA. has boon found to tm
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the oonfldeno of the oommuoity.
HON. JAMES COOK,
Mayor of LOWELL, MflrVL
AOTH. ALBIN BEARD,
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HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
Mayor of NEWPORT, B. X,
HON. FRED STAHL,
Mayor of OALENA, ZLXk
HON. JOHN HODGDEN,
Mayor of DUBUQUE, IOWA.
HON. THOMAS CRTJTCHFTELD,
Mayor of CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
HON. ROBERT BLAIR,
Mayor of TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
HON. R. D. DATJOIt,
Mayor of MEMPHIS, TENN.
BON. GERARD STITH,
Mayor of NEW ORLEANS, LA.
HON. H. D. SCRANTON,
Mayor of ROCHESTER, Bf . TU
ROTH. DE WITT O. GROfl j " (
Mayor of UTIO fcl. Y.
HON. GEO. WILSON, -
Mayor of PITTSBURG, PA.
HON. C. H. BUHL, '"'
Mayor of DETROIT, MICH.'
HON. HEMAN It. PAGE,
Mayor of MILWAUKEE, WIS,
HON. W. W. VAUGHN,
Mayor of RACINE, WIS.
HON. A. FARR,
Mayor of KENOSHA, WI&
HON. JOHN C. HAINES, "!
Mayor of CHICAGO, ILL,
flON. M. J. A. HEATH, I
Mayor of 6 EL MA, ALA.
HON. A. J. NOBLE, I
Mayor of MONTGOMERY, ALA.
HON. W. S. HOLYBAD,
Mayor of COLUMBUS, GA.
DON ESPARTERO MANUEL, '
Mayor of VERA CRUZ.
DON PIETRE DE CABALLO, 1
Mayor of MEXICO.
DON ESTEPHANIE RODRIGUES,
Mayor of HAVANA.
Certify that the resident Druggists hava
la an excellent remedy, and worthy tho com
fldenes of tho coaununity.
For Spring Diseases.
For Purifying tho Blood.
For Scrofula or King' Evil.
For Tumori, Ulcers, and Bores
For Rruptlont and Pimples.
For Blotches, Blalni, and Bolli.
For St. Anthony's Fire, Rose, or Ery
For Tetter or Bait Rhcam. eipclat
For Scald Head ad Ringworm.
For Cancer and Caneeroue Sorei.
For Sore Eyci, Sore Ears, and llimctli
For Female DUeaaes.
For Snppreeilon and Irregularity.
For Syphilis or Venereal Diseases.
For Liver Complalnce.
For DUeatee of tho Heart,
Tho Mayors of the chief cities of the Uni
ted States, Canada, and British Frovinoea,
Chili, Peru, Brasil, Mexioo, and in fuot al,
most all the oitiea on this oontinent, hava
signed this dooument, to mure their peoplo
what remedies they may use with safety and
confidence. But our apaoe will only admit.
portion cf them.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Ayer's Pills, and
Ayer's Ague Cura,
4 yncrABCD ar
Dr. 1. C. Ayer 4t Co .
lOWlClL. MASS .
Aai iclC f trttrtlitl ?ry wters.